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Seminars, Lectures and Meetings

26Jun
3:00 PM | HSF-II Auditiorium 20 Penn St STRAP Candidate Seminar with John Bethea PhD Title: Interrogating the role of TNF in the pathophysiology of autoimmunity and chronic pain.
28Jun
4:00 PM | Taylor Lecture Hall, BRB School of Medicine Council Meeting with Research Presenter Dr. Thomas Hornyak
29Jun
9:00 AM | 685 W. Baltimore Street, MSTF Building, Room 316 The purpose of this session is to identify and discuss some essential considerations in determining "readiness" to submit an R01.
7Jul
9:00 AM | 685 W. Baltimore Street, MSTF Building, Room 316 This session will provide tools for identifying short/long term research & career goals, and identify resources/strategies that can help investigators achieve research success & maintain morale.
21Jul
12:00 PM | Bressler Research Building Room 1-008 Career Rounds for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to discover career paths in biomedical and population health sciences
26Jul
9:00 AM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 210 This session will provide an overview of the grant programs offered by the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund for human stem cell research in Maryland.
7Aug
9:00 AM | 20 Penn Street, HSFII Auditorium, 1st Floor This free, one-week course is open to all faculty, fellows, residents, students and staff with an interest in clinical and translational research at UMB.
8Aug
9:00 AM | 20 Penn Street, HSFII Auditorium, 1st Floor This free, one-week course is open to all faculty, fellows, residents, students and staff with an interest in clinical and translational research at UMB.
9Aug
9:00 AM | 20 Penn Street, HSFII Auditorium, 1st Floor This free, one-week course is open to all faculty, fellows, residents, students and staff with an interest in clinical and translational research at UMB.
10Aug
9:00 AM | 20 Penn Street, HSFII Auditorium, 1st Floor This free, one-week course is open to all faculty, fellows, residents, students and staff with an interest in clinical and translational research at UMB.
11Aug
9:00 AM | 20 Penn Street, HSFII Auditorium, 1st Floor This free, one-week course is open to all faculty, fellows, residents, students and staff with an interest in clinical and translational research at UMB.